Rx = Prescription
q = Every
qD = Every Day
qOD = Take every second day
qH = Every Hour
S = Without
C = With
SOS = Only when needed
AC = Before Meal
PC = After Meal
BID = Two times in a Day
TID = Three times in a Day
QID = Four times in a Day
OD = Once in a Day
BT = Before Going to Bed
BBF = before break Fast
BD = Before Dinner
Tw = Two times in a Week
QAM = Every Morning
QPM = Every Night
Q4H = Every Four Hours
HS = before going to Bed
PRN = When needed
Difference Between Wholesaler and Retailer
Can a wholesaler sell directly to Patient?
How many Chemist Shops could be opened with a Pharmacist License?
How can One state Pharmacist apply for License in Another State?
22 most commonly written code at Doctor’s Prescription
Eligibility of Open School Students For Pharmacist Registration
How can we make pharmacy education industry friendly?
Pharmacy Education in India and Top career opportunities for Pharmacy Students
Who is a Pharmacist? How to become a Registered Pharmacist? Qualification, Procedure, Documentation etc.
Can I change my college after my 1st year in B. Pharmacy?
Temperatures and Storage Conditions to be maintained in the Pharmaceutical Establishments
How to start a successful Business in Pharmaceutical Sector?